Lomography introduces the Lomo LC-A+ Gold camera - limited to just 130 worldwide
Not the first time we've featured the classic Lomo LC-A+ and not the first time we've featured a special edition - but nothing as special as the newly-announced Lomo LC-A+ Gold.
First produced in the (then) Soviet Union in 1984, the camera was designed as a quality snapper for everyday photography, complete with the iconic Minitar 1 lens for vivid, wide angle images and auto exposure for great snaps in all light. Oh yes - it was the camera that started the Lomographic Society 25 years ago.
But less of the history, let's look at this gem of a version, which offers up 24 carat gold-leaf gilding, 'finest' brown leather wrapping, an original Russian Minitar lens, wooden casing, a unique number and certification sheet guaranteeing its authenticity, two rolls of Lomography 800 Film in a golden tin and the 'Lomographiere' hardcover book. You can see all of that over the page, but if you want one right now, get a rush on as there's only 130 being made, selling for £460.
Find out more at the Lomography website